Consolidation enhancement: Which stages of sleep for which tasks?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (1):83-84 (2005)
The Walker model raises a number of questions, particularly about the nature of the sleep states involved in consolidation enhancement. While REM sleep, Stage 2 sleep, and Stage 3/4 sleep have been implicated in procedural learning, we still do not understand which types of learning are involved with specific sleep states. Several possible ideas for future research are suggested.
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